PBS has postponed its planned Nov. 3 telecast of Wim Wenders' Cuban music docu "Buena Vista Social Club" until next year, after distrib Artisan Entertainment realized that the telecast would render…
Joining the ranks of Disney, Sony, Fox, MGM and Paramount, Universal Pictures is establishing an inhouse specialty film division.
Blockbuster Video said Monday that it has made the commitment to DVD, planning to roll out the digital video format's players and software titles to its 3,800 stores nationwide and 1,000 retail…
Regent Entertainment and Moonstone Entertainment, two production companies known for modest budgets and Oscar noms, have formed a strategic alliance.
The Writers Guild of America West has given its first Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival Writing Award to writer-producer Harry Marshall for his docu "Bhutan: The Last Shangri-La."
Though this is very much an English rather than a Russian "Onegin," the heart of Pushkin's celebrated classic pumps firm and full in debuting director Martha Fiennes' richly textured pic version…
Asian horror buffs will get the most out of "Shikoku," a bold attempt to inject psychodrama into a ghost movie that taps into some of the same creepiness as recent Japanese hit "The Ring." The first…
Talk about singin' in the rain! As the final furies of Floyd unleashed themselves on the city, a host of Broadway names and an understandably sparse but valiant audience braved the wind and water on…
The Sundance Film Festival is accepting entries for its 2000 fest running Jan. 20-30 in Park City, Utah, the Sundance Institute announced Wednesday at the Independent Feature Film Market.
First out of the docu traps following his death in March, "The Last Movie: Stanley Kubrick & 'Eyes Wide Shut'" will be a major turn-on for buffs obsessed with the legendary helmer's secrecy, but…